Main Street makes personnel appointments
Main Street Hospitality Group has made several new personnel appointments to help support the growth and development of its hotel portfolio.
Selina Lamb has been named director of operations; Bonita Wilson has been promoted to manager of customer relationships and marketing services; and Janet Boyer has returned to the group as executive administrator. Rebecca Lennon has also been named director of dining operations at the Red Lion Inn.
Lamb has an extensive retail background that includes key positions with Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger and Macy's. Wilson was formerly Main Street's executive assistant and training coordinator. Boyer previously worked at the Red Lion Inn and most recently at the Salisbury School in Connecticut.
Lennon previously served as food and beverage director at Canyon Ranch in Lenox.
Schulman, Tierney named to BSC Board of Trustees
David Schulman and David J. Tierney III have been named to the Barrington Stage Company's Board of Trustees, BSC has announced.
A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business, Schulman retired as the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company's general agent in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. in December. He entered the life insurance business in 1975. His agency was ranked among the top five MassMutual agencies for 20 years, and was ranked second nationally when he retired. Schulman lives in Plantation, Fla.
A lifelong resident of Pittsfield, Tierney is the president of David J. Tierney Jr. Inc., a local construction company that was founded by his father. He became president of the company in 1995. Tierney and his wife, Laurie, recently purchased and renovated the buildings that became Hotel on North. He holds a degree in civil engineering from Merrimack College.
Participants selected for Leadership Institute
Four executive directors of Berkshire organizations have been selected to participate in this year's Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation's Nonprofit Leadership Institute. They are Rosalie Girard of Berkshire Nursing Families; Amanda Timpane of Railroad Street Youth Project; Carolyn Valli of Central Berkshire Habitat for Humanity; and Gwendolyn Van Sant of Multicultural Bridge.